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 George Antheil - “It's only when you suddenly stop perspiring that your forearms go dull.”
 George Antheil - “Your pianos travel with you. So does your manager. You have no time for girls. Your manager sees to it that no young predatory females get very far.”
 George Antheil - “In the intermission, between group one and group two, you go to your dressing-room and change every stitch you have on you underwear, shirt, tie, socks, pants and tails. Your other clothes are soaking wet.”
 George Antheil - “Quite a number of observers have commented on my coolness during various riotous concerts which I performed at during those first tumultuous years of the armistice between World War I and World War II. The reason is very simple I was armed.”
 George Antheil - “You become afraid lest too much perspiration will wet your hands too much, make them slide on the black keys, which are too narrow you are playing at about a hundred miles a minute. But somehow they don't. As long as they don't you know you're all right. You're going good, well-oiled like an engine. Not too much sweat, not too little.”